Dikshant International School has partnered with Pearson, the world's largest education company, to bring in its classrooms - DigiClass - an ICT-based solution that combines state-of-the-art hardware with syllabus-compliant, multimedia-based interactive content. DigiClass solution empowers teachers to transform traditional blackboard-and-chalk classrooms into interactive sessions. The multimedia content enables teachers to better explain complex concepts, due to which students can retain information for a longer period of time. The award-winning content of the DigiClass solution has been customised to suit the syllabi offered by the School.

DigiClass is based on the Cognitive Learning Approach - a widely accepted theory on the learning process. According to it, there is a close relationship between “what we know” and “what we need to learn.” So by associating new material with something familiar, students can better understand and retain new information.

DigiClass - Lessons for life

DigiClass is an ICT-based classroom solution that employs the DigitALly™ application (Multimedia Enabled Syllabus Specific Course Content). DigitALly™'s preloaded repository has thousands of animations, self explanatory diagrams, 3D interactivity, worksheets, quizzes, e-books and several hours of experiments. It empowers teachers to customise lesson plans, add/edit existing content and add new subjects and content to the pre-loaded repository.

Dikshant is the first and the most digitally advanced school of Haldwani. Our classrooms don’t have blackboards; instead have electronic whiteboards and Internet access, connecting with other classrooms around the world.


Pearson is the world's largest education company, with over 36,000 employees in over 60 countries. It is the leading provider of educational materials, technologies, assessments and learning to professional certification, its curriculum materials, multimedia learning tools and testing programmes help to educate more than 100 million people worldwide. Pearson products are present in over 50,000 schools of the 100,000 schools in the US. In the UK, 10,000 schools out of the total 20,000 primary schools use Pearson products. Pearson in India is the foremost publisher in the K-12 segment with book lists from primary to senior secondary classes. It provides textbooks, digital content, teacher training and clinical assessments to 10,000 of the top schools in India, and publishes textbooks for three state governments in India.